ANKLE GLOVE (ANKLE HOLSTER)
FOR AUTOS & REVOLVERS

Gun Manufacturer
Gun Model
Shooting Hand
Color
AG250B: Right Hand: BLACK
In Stock
$179.00
AG250B also fits the following guns:
SIG-SAUER P228, P229 (DA), P229 w/rail (DA), P229 w/rail bobbed hammer, P229R w/non-tapered slide
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Frequently Bought Together
ANKLE GLOVE (ANKLE HOLSTER)
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BOOT EXTENDER
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ANKLE CALF STRAP
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ANKLE SAFE 3.0
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ANKLE TRAUMA MEDICAL KIT
$179.00 $170.05
$45.00 $42.75
$28.00 $26.60
$54.00 $51.30
$95.00 $90.25
Total Price: $401.00 $380.95*
*bundle prices not valid with promo codes

Product Details

Features
  • Premium steerhide
  • Retention strap with reinforced thumb break on most models
  • Neoprene ankle band with hook-and-loop fastener
  • Comfortable genuine sheepskin padding
  • Fits ankle up to 13" in circumference
  • OPTIONAL CALF STRAP SOLD SEPARATELY
    NOTE: AG158/159B are open-top with tension unit. AG160/161B have thumb break retention strap.
    NOTE: AG160B and AG161B (for J-frame revolvers) will not function with the Crimson Trace LG305
    Lasergrip.
    NOTE: Fits for CTC Laserguard work with red laser only.
    NOTE: Version for Ruger LCP does NOT work with photoluminescent sights.
    NOTE: Holsters will fit guns with red dot sights ONLY if listed in the dropdown as “W/WO red dot.”
    Holsters compatible with most red dot sights will contain the letter “R” in the product code’s suffix.

Description

Serious gun carriers who need deep concealment and prefer an ankle holster rave about Galco’s Ankle Glove™.

Those who need concealment 80 hours a week, year in and year out, find the Ankle Glove so comfortable to wear that they forget it’s there – until they need it.

The Ankle Glove’s wide neoprene ankle band and
hook-and-loop closure offer extended wearing comfort and unmatched security. Additional comfort is provided by sheepskin padding between the holster and ankle. It also features a reinforced thumb break for speed of draw and detailed molding for firearm retention.

The Ankle Glove may be worn with or without the optional adjustable calf strap (sold separately).

Constructed of premium steerhide stitched to a neoprene band, the Ankle Glove accommodates ankles up to 13" in circumference.

Made for semiautomatic pistols and double-action revolvers, the Ankle Glove is available in right or left hand draw in black finish.

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R
September 5, 2023

Review for ANKLE GLOVE (ANKLE HOLSTER)
(5.0 out of 5)
Like a Glove
This ankle holster is apply named. The material with padding holds the holster securely. My Sig P365 is held perfectly in place. Together with the calf strap, the holster stays put. I highly recommend this Galco product.
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R
August 15, 2023

Review for ANKLE GLOVE (ANKLE HOLSTER)
(5.0 out of 5)
RoyP
I Have 12 galco holsters of different carry methods, belt, shoulder, and across the chest. Love them all, best quality you can buy. Decided to purchase a ankle glove for a Glock 42. Was told by local “experts” I wouldn’t like it. They were right I don’t like it, I LOVE it. Can wear it everyday and everywhere. Don’t even know it’s there, driving, walking , whatever it’s discrete but available. Just need one for my S&W shield plus now. I will not own anything else, Galco is the best by far
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June 25, 2023

Review for ANKLE GLOVE (ANKLE HOLSTER)
(5.0 out of 5)
ankle glove
Bought one for a snub nose 38. Felt so good got another one for a 32 auto. Fit is great. Snaps stay snapped. If you don't unsnap it it's not coming out, I don't care how hard you can pull. All my leather holsters are Galco holsters. I own 5 now. Leather and craftmanship is high quality. Galco has me covered from ankle to hip to shoulder. If I live long enough to wear any of these out, or Heaven forbid I buy a new pistol, ha ha. I sure as Hell know I'm going to get another Galco.
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